I recently formed up a 5v5 with some of my in-guild friends. We are primarily raiders, and so when we started it was just for fun, but we've decided to try to play more competitively. Our group is usually:
Each of us typically has ~200 resilience and 10k hp, except for me (FG lock) at around 13.5k unbuffed. Warrior has Deep Thunder and Rogue has Malchazeen.
Our typical strat is to identify their squishiest target and burst them down ASAP. I throw my pet at the target, then CoT on their healers and fear one if I can, and I follow up with shadowburn on main target then assist from there. If there are two healers the druid will lock down one healer while i lock down the other, otherwise he assists on the main target. Generally I focus more on dps when they only have 1 healer, and more on CC when they have 2.
I think our biggest problem is that most teams will have a Pally, so when he throws up BoP almost all our dps gets jacked. Switching targets takes time and the rogue/druid lose combo points. We have the option of switching the Feral druid with a pain/suppression priest (mass dispel would help IMO). We also have another holy pally and an ice mage to play with. The priest and pally are fairly raid geared but lack in pvp gear, while the mage is fairly new to 70 and thus isn't very geared in either respect.
So I guess what I'm looking for is advice on our group composition, specs, and general strategy. Any tips/word of wisdom would be greatly appreciated